New victim of digitization: Fujifilm stop selling films for movies
The Japanese company Fujifilm , known for selling films for cinema and photography for 78 years, will stop selling most of its products in negative (for recording) and positive (to project) since March 2013.
This means you will recall the positive and negative films, both color and black and white, with intermediate films and to record sounds and chemicals to process the tapes. That if they continue to sell films cleared for photography.
This is another example of how the film industry has advanced scanning processes because Fujifilm will continue to offer products for the cinema, but mostly for recording and projecting lens and color management systems.Digitization, film, films, Fujifilm